Links for January 19th through February 7th
- Oxford Deep NLP 2017 course – An advanced course on natural language processing – Oxford Deep NLP – An advanced course on natural language processing (github.com)
- Building Event-driven Microservices Using CQRS and Serverless as cloud-native applications. – This blog series will introduce you to building event-driven microservices as cloud-native applications.
- Site Reliability Engineering – How Google to builds, deploys, monitors, & maintains some of the largest software systems in the world – Members of the SRE team explain how their engagement with the entire software lifecycle has enabled Google to build, deploy, monitor, and maintain some of the largest software systems in the world
- The MVC, MVP, and MVVM Smackdown on Android – This post steps through the MVC, MVP, and MVVM patterns in order. At the beginning of each section we start with a common definition of the major components and responsibilities and then see how that applies to our game.
- What Is Serverless Architecture, and How Does It Help My Business? #serverless #cloud – What Is Serverless Architecture, and
How Does It Help My Business?
- reactNativeEverywhere: Starter kit to target multiple platforms with react-native’ APIs. – Starter kit to target multiple platforms with react-native' APIs.
- Git Questions – How to Keep a Git Fork up to Date | IntelliJ IDEA Blog – This video shows an answer to this question which uses Git’s fetch, pull and push from within IntelliJ IDEA.
- OpenSSH Keys: A Walkthrough – I’m going to describe how the keys are stored, and talk about converting between SSH keys and the original key formats.
- Copycat – A fault-tolerant state machine replication framework built on the Raft consensus algorithm for Java 8 – Copycat is a fault-tolerant state machine replication framework. Built on the Raft consensus algorithm,
- How to Create a Distributed Datastore in 10 Minutes – Copycat is a framework that sidesteps the standard paradigm of building applications dependent on external systems for data consistency by allowing you to embed your application logic, written as a state machine, directly into Copycat, where consistency and fault tolerance are taken care of for you